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San Francisco May Implement New Limousine Ordinance

LCT Staff
Posted on December 7, 2005

SAN FRANCISCO — Following a protest organized by the city's United Taxicab Workers Union last month, legislation to prevent limousines from acting as unlicensed cabs is being considered by a city commission. The measure would prohibit the operation of a vehicle for hire in the city without a permit, except for vehicles licensed by the state's Public Utilities Commission. Cab drivers have protested limousines lying in wait to “poach” customers at city hotels.

Source: CBS 5: Bay City News Wire

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